Abadi adviser: Do not lay off staff in the merging ministries and initial support private sector reform
History of edits:: 2015/8/20

Abadi adviser: Do not lay off staff in the merging ministries and initial support private sector reform
Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stressed not to lay off any employees included his ministry merger or limbering the last government.
He said the appearance of Mohammed Saleh told all of Iraq [where], "We do not have in Iraq lay off staff foreign such as States Other, and function guarantor of nature with evidence that we have 154 funded company of the state operate them Craphh only 22 companies and remaining unemployed However paid staff salaries since 2003 "stressing that" the state is keen to employees and maintain them, but in my opinion this does not serve the country. "
He added that "the staff of ministries Habronema staying merge the two ministries and that does not mean cancellation of the functions of the Ministry, but from reaping the full Career Level efficient."
He stressed favor "there will be no big jobs in the future of Iraq and that the market is the operator and not the job and this is the future goal of economic policy of the government", adding that "the State directed to employ the private sector, and this needs to be kits including market financing to facilitate the functions of banks and the role of the state in the provision of soft loans for the operation of the labor force. "
He pointed out that "the support of the private sector will be at the head of government reforms through the protection of the market and the private sector," he said, adding that the government was "working to secure pensions for every Iraqi man is 63 and this makes rely on greater self of the functionality that is considered as an insurance company and these concepts gradually will change the future development of society and institutions. "
The prime minister Haider al-Abadi had decided on Sunday to reduce the number of cabinet members to be 22 members in addition to the Prime Minister, rather than 33 members within the second package of reforms, including the decision to restructure ministries and merging some of them.
In the ministries Abadi Tuesday and issued a decision to cancel advisers Outsourcing sites whether they are on fixed or temporary landlords and advisers to determine the three presidencies five advisers for each president.
The House of Representatives approved in its 11th of this August on the first package of governmental and parliamentary reforms included abolishing the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister immediately, and feminine ministries and agencies to increase efficiency in government work and reduce costs in response to the directives of the Supreme religious authority and the demands of Almtzahreinn.anthy 2 http://translate.google.com/translate?depth=1&hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&sandbox=0&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php%3Fstoryid%3D13218